This category designates events managed by the Workshop and Conference Section of the Division of Communication and Public Relations, so it includes Workshops, Courses, and Symposia.

Date

2021年10月11日 (月) 17:002021年10月12日 (火) 21:00

This workshop aims to explore the mechanisms leading to neuronal dysfunction and degeneration, and address how neurons can react to injury by promoting a regenerative program, by reuniting leading researchers in the field of axonal degeneration/regeneration to paint an updated picture of the field and explore new discoveries and methodologies with the goal of deepening our understanding of these subjects.

Date

2022年5月26日 (木) 16:00 17:00

In Workshop #4 we discussed recruiting and compensation for early-stage companies. In Workshop #5, we will use role-play to practice both recruiting as a founder and joining an early-stage startup as an employee or advisor. We will practice as teams in a casual setting, so you can attend this workshop even if you have not attended Workshop #4.

Date

2022年5月12日 (木) 16:00 17:00

Workshop 4: ‘Early-stage Recruiting and Compensation - Both Sides’

Are you being approached by startups to provide technical consultation? OR Are you planning to launch startups in the future? If you are, you might be wondering how new people are recruited to join startups.

Date

2022年4月21日 (木) 19:002022年4月22日 (金) 23:00

The 1st Workshop on Nobel Turing Challenge

The Nobel Turing Challenge is a grand challenge aiming at developing a highly autonomous AI and robotics system  that can make major scientific discoveries, some which may be worthy of the Nobel Prize and even beyond. Accomplishing this challenge requires a development of a series of technologies and in-depth understanding on the process of scientific discoveries. From the system development perspective the challenge is to make a closed-loop system from knowledge acquisition and hypothesis generation and verification to full automation of experiments and data analytics.

This series of workshops aims to discuss a process of scientific discovery and how AI can make it happen highly autonomously to yield high impact discoveries. The first workshop will focus on sharing the current status of the field, and discuss what are possible high impact targets.

 

Date

2022年3月24日 (木) 16:00 17:00

The Innovators Society is gathering with the 3rd installment of the startup workshop series, with speaker Mr. Eli Lyons, Co-founder/CEO of GenomeMiner, and Entrepreneur-in-Residence at OIST.

Date

2022年3月2日 (水) 9:00

Kyenote Lecture for CryoEM Course

Date

2022年2月10日 (木) 16:00 17:00

OIST Innovators Society - Workshop 2: 'How to make a Capitalization Table'

This session is meant to provide an explanation of how stock holdings are recorded in a capitalization or “cap” table – what a cap table is used for – and how to make one. It will also cover stock options as compensation, which is important if you are starting a company or joining a company as a new employee.

Date

2022年2月3日 (木) 16:00 17:00

 

OIST Innovators Society Workshop 1: 'When and Why to Incorporate a Company'

In this session, we will learn and discuss about some of the considerations to be made, and the processes involved when starting a company.

Date

2022年1月11日 (火) 9:002022年1月12日 (水) 14:30

 

  • Organizers: Noriko Yui (Queen’s University at Kingston), Kyoji Saito (RIMS), Shinobu Hikami (OIST)

Date

2022年4月25日 (月) (All day)2022年4月26日 (火) (All day)

OIST-Tohoku U. 2nd Joint Workshop on Marine Science Oceans – and the impact of humans and climate change

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